The BDA has called for the next government to end competitive tendering across the NHS.
The Smart Integration Award highlighted innovative ideas, successful concepts and visions revolving around the concept of networked treatment centres.
The BDA has welcomed Labour pledge to abolish dental check-up charges for adults in England, and called on all parties to improve patient access.
New analysis from the BDA indicates access problems for NHS dental services are now blighting communities across every English region.
The Oral Health Foundation believes the government’s pledge to end smoking in England by 2030 would significantly reduce number of mouth cancer cases.
New evidence shows relationship and effect on slowing dental caries.
Organisations are supporting World Antibiotic Awareness Week by reminding the dental profession about the importance of using antibiotics judiciously.
A new study investigates differences in how men and women perceive their health; confidence in maintaining healthy habits can be influenced by gender.
A recent study concludes that 86 percent of diet trials amended their desired study outcomes along the way, raising the possibility of bias.
A new study breaks new ground by evaluating a nationally representative sample of infant and toddler diets and consumption of added sugars.
The UK’s largest network of dental practices has revealed the top five festive drinks from national coffee chains that are worst for your teeth.
Oral health has featured prominently in the Health Funding in Northern Ireland report, published by Westminster Northern Ireland Affairs Committee.
RPS responds to announcement that the NHS Practitioner Health service would be expanding to support all doctors and dentists with their wellbeing.
The BDA has expressed concern following revelations the regulator has spent over £17,000 a year on private investigators posing as patients' families.
GDC instructs private investigators to attend dental appointment undercover; FOI request shows over £15K spend on covert investigations in 2017 alone.
The Oral Health Foundation were joined by supporters at the Houses of Parliament, as the charity launched this year’s Mouth Cancer Action Month.
Repeated exposures to dental X-rays may be associated with an increased risk of thyroid cancer and meningioma.
New data from Scotland shows that children's dental health has improved, but more needs to be done to tackle persistent oral health inequalities.
Children who watch over 90 minutes of television a day are more likely to eat sugar and suffer from tooth decay, according to findings of a new study.
The British Society of Paediatric Dentistry has voted to open membership to all GDC registrants who are interested in helping children’s oral health.
The BDA has received confirmation that dentists in England will get a 2.42% uplift in their November pay run.